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Aaron

Aaron has been writing drug education articles and documenting the success of the Narconon program for over two years.


Aaron in Sobriety
May 15, 2019

Six Tips for Life Free of Addiction

The world can be a tough place to live in, especially when someone is struggling with the demons that often accompany addiction. Those who get out of treatment will often face the temptation to use or simply go back to the ways they used to deal with life.

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Bringing My Son Back from Addiction

Addiction has consumed my life for years. I have learned and faced several different lessons throughout my journey, all of which I previously denied in the beginning and for many years. I constantly fought with myself and others. It didn’t matter who was telling me the truth, because I knew better.

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Aaron in Addiction
April 30, 2019

How Methadone Can Make Addiction Worse

Issues With Methadone It is easy to be terrified when your loved one is addicted to opioids, given that so many people pass away each year from using heroin, fentanyl, and prescription drugs. One of the most common treatment options is medically assisted treatment.

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Aaron in Prescription Drug Abuse
April 29, 2019

Drug Company Executive Is Facing Prison

For the first time since our nation’s opioid crisis began in 2013, criminal charges have been filed on big pharma executives. The former executives of Rochester Drug Co-Operative (RDC), which is one of the top-10 largest drug distributors in the US, have been criminally charged.

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Aaron in Addiction
April 21, 2019

50 Celebrities Who Lost Their Life to Drugs—Part II

Society tends to pay attention to this ever-increasing problem when someone famous dies, but every day, more and more lives are being taken by addiction, and we never hear about. I hope this sheds some light on the stigma that surrounds addiction, and the value of life for that matter.

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Aaron in Addiction
April 20, 2019

50 Celebrities Who Lost Their Life to Drugs—Part I

Whether you live on Park Avenue or a park bench, addiction doesn’t discriminate. Following is a list of 50 memorable celebrities who have passed away from overdoses or substance-related incidents.

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Aaron in Success Story
April 18, 2019

Sauna for Addiction Testimonial

When I first got to Narconon and before getting through of withdrawal, my physical cravings were incredibly high and at times it seemed like they would never go away. My stomach was constantly upset, my head pounded daily, I had a strong desire to stay tucked away in the darkest of areas.

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Aaron in Drug Education
April 13, 2019

California has the largest Increase in Opioid Deaths

The number of deaths from synthetic opioids increased by 50 percent in the Golden State and this is only one of the statistics which increased across the state. California also saw an increase in suicides and an increase in alcohol fatalities. Synthetic opioids add several new risk factors of death.

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Aaron in Addiction
April 4, 2019

How Purdue Is Working to Avoid Taking Responsibility for the Opioid Epidemic

With the opiate crisis still steadily on the rise, blame is starting to be placed and fingers are pointing at Purdue Pharmacy. More than 1,600 lawsuits have been filed against Purdue Pharma , the OxyContin manufacturer, and they are reportedly considering filing of bankruptcy.

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Aaron in Success Story
March 29, 2019

Sauna Detox for Drug Addiction

The Sauna New Life Detoxification uses a combination of a dry-heat sauna, a carefully monitored regimen of nutrition and hydration, along with exercise.

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